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The Ballad Of 'Bar The Door
Liam Ó Comáin
In the town of Limavady, I would Have you all to know, William Cummings he was born- A true son of the Roe. And in that lovely valley Near to Be...Rate it:

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The Ballad Of Boh Da Thone
Rudyard Kipling
This is the ballad of Boh Da Thone, Erst a Pretender to Theebaw's throne, Who harried the district of Alalone: How he...Rate it:

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The Ballad Of Casey's Billy-Goat
Robert William Service
You've heard of "Casey at The Bat," And "Casey's Tabble Dote"; But now it's time To write a rhyme Of "Casey's Billy...Rate it:

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The Ballad Of County Derry.
Liam Ó Comáin
While listening to songs about a barmaid ‘Peg of Limavady’ and ‘Finvola, the Gem Of the Roe’ I recalled my Irish roots. Confirming that the count...Rate it:

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The Ballad Of Derry
Liam Ó Comáin
Oh, Derry, is ancient and historic As some of you may know and Through our lovely Irish city The river Foyle does flow. . It is the city of St. Col...Rate it:

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The Ballad Of How Macpherson Held The Floor
Robert William Service
Said President MacConnachie to Treasurer MacCall: "We ought to have a piper for our next Saint Andrew's Ball. Yon squakin' saxophone gives me the s...Rate it:

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The Ballad Of Saint Canice
Liam Ó Comáin
In the Irish valley of the Roe Saint Canice was born and in Time served Our Lord Jesus As a person spiritually reborn. Sowing seed in the hearts O...Rate it:

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The Ballad Of The Roe
Liam Ó Comáin
It begins on an Irish mountain and Down to Lough Foyle it does flow, My own fair wee Derry river which Is known by the name of the Roe. It wanders...Rate it:

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The Barking Weasel
Ambrose Bierce
You say, John Irish, Mr. Taylor hath A painted beard. Quite likely that is true, And sure 'tis natural you spend your wrath On what has been least ...Rate it:

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The Battle of Culloden
William Topaz McGonagall
'Twas in the year of 1746, and in April the 14th day, That Prince Charles Stuart and his army marched on without delay, And on the 14th of April th...Rate it:

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The Battle Of Limerick
William Makepeace Thackeray
Ye Genii of the nation, Who look with veneration. And Ireland's desolation onsaysingly deplore; Ye sons of General Jackson, Who thrample on the Sax...Rate it:

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The Battle of Waterloo
William Topaz McGonagall
'Twas in the year 1815, and on the 18th day of June, That British cannon, against the French army, loudly did boom, Upon the ever memorable bloody ...Rate it:

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The Brus Book 18
John Barbour
[Edward Bruce marches toward Dundalk; he debates whether to fight] Bot he that rest anoyit ay And wald in travaill be alway, A day forouth thar...Rate it:

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The Brus Book XIV
John Barbour
[Edward Bruce goes to Ireland] The erle off Carrik Schyr Edward, That stoutar wes than a libard And had na will to be in pes, Thocht that Scot...Rate it:

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The Bugler's First Communion
Gerard Manley Hopkins
A buglar boy from barrack (it is over the hill There)—boy bugler, born, he tells me, of Irish Mother to an English sire (he Shares their best gif...Rate it:

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The Death Of Olaf Tryggvision
Katharine Lee Bates
I BLUE as blossom of the myrtle Smiled the steadfast eyes of Olaf On the host of ships that harried His enraged, gold-glittering Dragon, Snared wit...Rate it:

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The Dedication To A Book Of Stories
William Butler Yeats
SELECTED FROM THE IRISH NOVELISTS THERE was a green branch hung with many a bell When her own people ruled this tragic Eire; And from its murmurin...Rate it:

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The Devil's Drive: An Unfinished Rhapsody
George Gordon Lord Byron
The Devil return'd to hell by two, And he stay'd at home till five; When he dined on some homicides done in ragoût, And a rebel or so in an Irish s...Rate it:

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The Dublin Fusilier
William Henry Drummond
Here's to you, Uncle Kruger! slainté! an' slainté galore. You 're a dacint ould man, begorra; never mind if you are a Boer. So with heart an' a hal...Rate it:

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The Dunciad: Book II.
Alexander Pope
High on a gorgeous seat, that far out-shone Henley's gilt tub, or Flecknoe's Irish throne, Or that where on her Curlls the public pours, All-bounte...Rate it:

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The English Flag
Rudyard Kipling
Above the portico a flag-staff, bearing the Union Jack, remained fluttering in the flames for some time, but ultimately when it fell the ...Rate it:

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The Giant’s Ring
Robinson Jeffers
BALLYLESSON, NEAR BELFAST Whoever is able will pursue the plainly False immortality of not having lived in vain but leaving some mark in the world....Rate it:

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The Hammers
Amy Lowell
I Frindsbury, Kent, 1786 Bang! Bang! Tap! Tap-a-tap! Rap! All through the lead and silver Winter days, All through the copper of Autumn hazes. Ta...Rate it:

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The Improvisatore
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Scene--A spacious drawing-room, with music-room adjoining. Katharine. What are the words ? Eliza. Ask our friend, the Improvisatore ; here he com...Rate it:

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The Kerrigan Boys
Edward Harrington
By jove it’s hot on the track today, my flannel is soaked with sweat. I think I’ll sit in the shade a bit and wait for the sun to set. I know of a ...Rate it:

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